Minor grape grown in Cuneo province, Piedmont, Italy. Often used to make light, frizzante low-alcohol (5 percent) red sweet wine named “Birbet” noted for fruity, raspberry/strawberry aroma with some style resemblance to the more famous “Moscato d ‘Asti” wines. Normally drunk as young as possible and served chilled. Known to be the same grape as the French Braquet

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